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Below are some useful youtube videos on Axiom of Choice.

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# Pure Mathematics

## Axiom of Choice

## Infinitesimals

## Equivalence relation and partition

## Epsilon-motivation for studying “Abstract Algebra”

## For people who think Topology & Geometry is a difficult subject.

## Good way of describing Subspaces of Metric Spaces

## Riemann Lebesgue Theorem

## Closure of a Linear Operator

## Visualizing Linear Algebra with Maple

## Video Lectures in Mathematical Analysis II

Its all about pure mathematics.

Dear readers,

Below are some useful youtube videos on Axiom of Choice.

Dear readers,

Below is series of quite informative you tube lectures by Derek Owens on the “infinitesimals”.

Dear readers,

Below is an elementary youtube lecture on Equivalence relation and partition.

Dear readers,

Below are some links that may provide motivation to study “Abstract Algebra”.

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Why do we need to study abstract algebra?

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The below is a link of a series of you tube lectures given by Dr Tadashi Tokieda on Topology & Geometry for the people who think topology/Geometry is a difficult subject. I bet you will really change your mind after watching these lectures.

Dear readers I am sharing a good you tube link by Ben Garside teaching what it is meant by a subspace of a metric space.

Dear readers, here is shared a link to Riemann Lebesgue Theorem based on the book An Introduction to Analysis, Second Edition, by James R. Kirkwood, Boston: PWS Publishing (1995).

Dear readers, I am posting a link found via Google about the Closure of a Linear Operator. The author characterises the existence of the closure of a linear operator. The proof of the characterization is clear, if some one is unclear about the proof, he/she can discuss me.

Dear readers, here is a link for visualizing Linear Algebra:

Dear readers, I am posting a very rare link for video lectures on Mathematical Analysis II. It contains almost all the topics found in standard undergraduate texts in Mathematical Analysis II.

For rest of the lectures click Here